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Fans Village

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Hi Jerry,

Why was the stage moved from the centre of the fans village? And why do crap bands /acts keep being booked? 

I can see why it was moved, more space etc, but without a bar or two over by where it now is its actually pointless having it at all, very few people actually go and stand over there and enjoy the entertainment, the acts are pretty much just playing to people entering the staff stand.

Whilst in the actual fans village, you can barely even hear the music due to ineffective sound systems being used. 

I think it was one of those ideas that looked good on paper but in reality it's not worked as planned. 

The entertainment used to be an enjoyable addition to the match day experience, there used to be some cracking bands/acts but now since its moved it's nothing but background music. 

Thanks. 

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It was moved as you said for more space to avoid congestion around the bars and ticket office.

Any opinion we have on the choice of band is subjective I guess this together with sound system quality I will pass on to the relevant people.

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